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Submarine Gas Hydrate Reservoir Simulations - A Gas/Liquid Fluid Flow Model for Gas Hydrate Containing Sediments - new

S. Schlüter[1], T. Hennig[1], G. Janicki[1], G. Deerberg[1]
[1]Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

In the medium term, gas hydrate reservoirs in the subsea sediment are intended as deposits for carbon dioxide (CO2) from fossil fuel consumption. This idea is supported by the fact, that CO2 hydrates are more stable than methane hydrates at certain conditions. The potential of producing methane by depressurization and/or by injecting CO2 is studied in the frame of the research project SUGAR. ...

PDT Study Using a Model Incorporating Initial Oxygen Concentration and Blood Flow Increase

R. Penjweini[1], T. C. Zhu[1],
[1] Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Introduction: Type II photodynamic therapy (PDT) is an experimental modality for cancer treatment based on the combined action of a photosensitizing drug (photosensitizer), a special wavelength of light and singlet oxygen (1O2) generation; the cell killing is caused by the reaction of cellular acceptors with 1O2. A mathematical model has been previously developed to incorporate the macroscopic ...

Feasibility Study of Thermal Actuators for MEMS Variable Emittance Radiators

L. Pasqualetto Cassinis [1],
[1] TU Delft, Delft, Netherlands

Based on COMSOL Multiphysics® software, an analysis of an innovative thermal actuation system capable of overtaking the traditional electrostatic comb drive, nowadays used for actuating the shutter array of variable emittance radiators, has been conducted as to validate this technology for the future active thermal control of CubeSats operating in an harsh environment, where thermal actuators ...

Advanced Techniques for Predicting Mechanical Product Design via COMSOL Multiphysics® Software

S. Zhuang [1],
[1] CAEaid, Inc., Austin, TX, USA

Mechanical product design is crucial in many engineering field and lots of industries. CAE simulation has been widely applied for predicting virtual product design for a few decades to reduce the cost and shorten the design life cycle. Because of complicated geometry, material/geometrical nonlinearity and complex conditions, it is painful to efficiently and accurately simulate and predict ...

3D Dynamic Linear Electromagnetic Actuator Modeling and Simulation

O. Craciun[1]
[1]ABB AG, Ladenburg, Germany

Single coil actuators are representing one important component of ABB’s medium voltage reclosers. Their performance is strongly influenced by the considered material properties as well as by the electronic control units’ properties that will power the actuator. Therefore, this paper focuses on electromagnetic actuators modeling and simulation in COMSOL Multiphysics®.

Uncertainty of FEM Solutions Using a Nonlinear Least Squares and Design of Experiments Approach

J. T. Fong [1], N. A. Heckert [1], J. J. Filliben [1], P. V. Marcal [2], R. Rainsberger [3]
[1] National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, USA
[2] MPACT Corp., Oak Park, CA, USA
[3] XYZ Scientific Applications, Inc., Livermore, CA, USA

Uncertainty in COMSOL Multiphysics® software simulations due to (a) model parameter uncertainties and (b) mesh-induced truncation errors, is estimated using a design-of-experiments approach [1, 2, 3], and a nonlinear least squares logistics fit method [4, 5], respectively. Examples to illustrate both approaches are given using the COMSOL RF Module (in an application of a MRI coil design) and ...

平板膜浓差极化过程的有限元仿真分析

徐佩锋 [1][2], 杨宁 [1],
[1] 江苏大学,镇江,江苏,中国
[2] 江苏农林职业技术学院,句容,江苏,中国

在 COMSOL Multiphysics® 中建立了平板膜组件模型,利用自由—多孔介质流和稀物质传递接口,通过对硅颗粒粒径和料液流速等操作参数及相互约束关系的设置,考察对渗透通量、膜表面处浓度等的影响,对硅颗粒悬浮液平板膜过滤中的浓差极化过程和膜组件的工作性能进行全面的仿真分析。并利用 COMSOL 中的函数、参数化扫描等后处理方式,实现了对仿真结果的可视化输出。仿真结果与实验数据较为一致,仿真模型可以作为真实设备的有效补充。

Multiphysics Modelling of a Microwave Furnace for Efficient Solar Silicon Production

N. Rezaii [1], J. P. Mai [1],
[1] JPM Silicon GmbH, Braunschweig, Germany

The JPM Silicon GmbH presents a novel method for the production of solar grade silicon in the microwave oven. This method can specially reduce the energy costs and increase the efficiency of the process. A numerical model is developed which depicts the physical, chemical and electromagnetic phenomena of silicon production process. In order to increase the efficiency of the system, it is ...

Numerical Simulation of Vibrationally Active Ar-H2 Microwave Plasma

F. Bosi [1], M. Magarotto [2], P. de Carlo [2], M. Manente [2], F. Trezzolani [2], D. Pavarin [2], D. Melazzi [2], P. Alotto [1], R. Bertani [1],
[1] Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova, Padova, Italy
[2] CISAS "G.Colombo", University of Padova, Padova, Italy

Microwave discharges have a wide range of applications, such as gas conversion, material processing and surface treatment; also they can provide an efficient way for dissociation of molecular gases as CO2 and N2O. Depending on the operating pressure and temperature, non-equilibrium conditions can be attained within the discharge, where electron temperature, vibrational temperature and ...

Stochastic Diffusion of Calcium Ions Through a Nanopore in the Cell Membrane Created by Electroporation - new

O. Henao[1], V. Gómez[1], I. De La Pava[1], J. Sánchez [1]
[1]Grupo Fisiología Celular y Aplicada, Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira, Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia

We simulated the diffusion of calcium ions through a nanopore created in the cell membrane by electroporation, in presence and absence of the external electric field responsible of the membrane permeabilization. First we solved the set of coupled differential equations that describe the process of ionic diffusion in a 2D nanopore model using the AC/DC Module and the Transport of Diluted Species ...